Andrew “Andy” Black has been named chief of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Department of Public Safety. Black brings more than 30 years of public service experience, including four years as a state prosecutor and 27 years as a federal agent. He held supervisory positions within the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for 14 years, overseeing hundreds of employees and managing multimillion-dollar programs. Black also taught graduate level courses in criminal justice at Kaplan University for six years.
“It is a distinct honor to have the opportunity to serve as chief of the Department of Public Safety for the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa,” said Black. “I am proud to be joining the dedicated women and men who protect this outstanding university. I look forward to continuing their tradition of providing a safe educational and welcoming environment for all who come to our campus.”
He began his career as an assistant state’s attorney in Chicago, Illinois, and…
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